The WOVOG Foundation has released the song entitled “We Can Change This World.” The song, written by award-winning songwriters Sally Barris, Cliff Eberhardt, Louise Mosrie, and Melissa Tatum, celebrates the power of folk music to bring people together to achieve a common goal.
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Ten Years Ago
In this case, that goal is to support the work of the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research. The song is a TeamFox project organized by Melissa Tatum, who was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease ten years ago at 36. “The first thing I did after being diagnosed with young onset Parkinsons was to buy Michael J. Fox’s book and check out the resources available from the Michael J. Fox Foundation. This fundraiser is my way of saying thank you for their excellent work and for the help they provided.”
The song is available now through CD Baby. It is also be available as a download from iTunes and Amazon. It is also the theme song for a benefit concert to be held on Valentine’s Day, February 14, 2015. The concert is organized by the WOVOG Foundation (with one voice and one guitar) and feature Sally Barris, a Grammy-nominated Nashville songwriter, Cliff Eberhardt, a fixture on the folk music scene for decades and recent recipient of the Helen Hayes award for his work in the DC theater scene, and Louise Mosrie, who has been winning recognition for her songwriting at the top U.S. festivals, including Kerrville and Telluride.